Pristina, October 27, 2014/Independent Balkan News Agency
By Elton Tota
USA continue to put pressure to political leaders in Kosovo for the solution of the political crisis.
US ambassador to Pristina, Tracey Jacobson has once again demanded today political leaders to commit in order to put an end to the political deadlock that has been lasing for months and to form the new institutions of the country.
Speaking in the ceremony for the “Rights of the Victims of Crime Week”, ambassador Jacobson said that Kosovo needs approved laws, but, like she said, there’s no parliament to do this.
“Leave your differences behind and create the government and parliament”, said the US ambassador.
The US ambassador has helped Kosovo in projects which aim at protecting victims of domestic crime.
Today’s ceremony started with a minute of silence for all the victims of crime in Kosovo. /ibna/